OCOP Vietnam

Initial impressions of OCOP 2018-2010 program

After more than 2 years of implementation, the national Program One Commune One Product (OCOP) for the period of 2018-2020 has been achieved many outstanding outcomes. The Program’s main goals have been all met and exceeded its set targets. There are 2.961 registrations for 6.210 products participated in the Program. The registered entities have been supported to improve their products 

Community Nam Dam cultural tourism village

‘Nha trinh tuong’ (earthen houses) hidden behind cherry blossoms together with the warm welcome of the Red Dao community have touched visitors’ hearts and kept them stay longer everytime they travel to Nam Dam village.

The plaiting work in Co Tu people's daily life

There are no ethnic groups in Vietnam with such diverse plaiting items as the Co Tu people. Over time, these items have become extremely sophisticated to suit the needs of each member of the family and suitable for their daily work

Co Tu men "carry" their family on their shoulders

Talking about the Co Tu people’s backpacks, we must mention ta leec. This three-compartment backpack is the wonder of plaiting art. Ta leec has become the beauty of the Co Tu people on the marvelous Trường Sơn Mountain Range.

Vietnamese student turns coconut coir into hats

Freshman Nguyen Phuc Sang of the Ho Chi Minh city University of Economics and Finance has recently introduced hats made from coir, which are cheap and environmentally-friendly. Sang’s coir hats won the top prize of the Business Ideas 2017 contest

Banana silk fabric of Vietnamese in ancient documents

Weaving has been a traditional profession for Vietnamese people for generations. Products from the industry are derived from plants and herbs. among those, banana silk has become the pinnacle of weaving techniques of Vietnamese people.

Traditional Dao Lam-tube tea

Lam-tube tea is a tea product that is preserved in Schizostachyum aciculare tubes or fresh Bambusa nutans tubes (types of bamboo); this not only helps the tea not being musty, but also enhances the taste of the tea thanks to the sap of the tree discharging during the processing stages.

Tien Phuoc Langsat Wine

The countryside Tien Canh, Tien Hiep, Tien Chau… in Tien Phuoc District are famous for the Langsat fruit. This fruit has been improving the lives of many families here. The harvest season of Langsat is like the golden season, but there are times, it lost its value. 

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